Honda Civic Type R Prototype Unveiled At Mondial De L’Automobile 2016

Posted: Sep 29 2016, 10:13am CDT | by , Updated: Sep 29 2016, 1:15pm CDT, in News | Cars & Vehicles


Honda Civic Type R Prototype Unveiled in Paris
  • New Civic Type R Prototype Breaks Cover in Paris at the 2016 Mondial de L’Automobile

The new Civic Type R Prototype comes out for everyone to see at 2016 Paris Motor Show.

The prototype of the Civic Type R Prototype shows that this car is going to be an aggressive looking beast. The car is supposed to get wide bumpers, the extended wheel arches and a dramatic rear wing. The car is supposed to have a brushed aluminum wrap that is supposed to give the car an excellent finishing touch. 

The Civic Type R Prototype is unveiled today at the 2016 Mondial de L’Automobile in Paris. The prototype shed light on the upcoming range of Civic Type R that we are going to see in the future. This car will be officially revealed in the year 2017. We are hoping that we will have the first glimpse of this car by the summers of 2017. 

The new hatchback Civic is here too. The new Civic Type R Prototype is based on the proportions of hatchback as well. It has been enhanced by providing more muscle to the body and modifications for a much better aerodynamic performance. The front has a wide bumper that is made visible with the help of a winged carbon fiber splitter and spotty red accent line. The bumper has diamond mesh-inserts that make the car’s air intakes better for high speed. 

The famous “H” batch of Honda will be placed on the new air vent. This batch is present in all the Type R cars by Honda. The bonnet has a new intake and an air scoop on the side that also makes the air flow much better than earlier models. 

This Civic Type R Prototype will be getting 20-inch piano black alloy wheels with 245 section high performance tires. The bigger wheels sit comfortably in the modified enlarged arches.

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